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What the teams said – Qualifying at the 2022 British Grand Prix | Formula 1®


With two minutes of qualifying left, it regarded like pole would go to both Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc and even Lewis Hamilton. But then Carlos Sainz pulled out an impressive moist lap to take P1 – his first ever pole place, and at his one hundred and fiftieth Grand Prix weekend. With Leclerc in P3 after a spin on his last run in Q3, Ferrari ought to have strategic choices for Sunday’s race.

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Carlos Sainz, Pole place, 1:40.983

“I’m extraordinarily joyful at the moment! Securing my first pole at Silverstone within the moist is one thing particular that I’ll always remember. The complete qualifying was very tough, and each lap was a brand new journey due to the observe situations.

“Finding grip and traction was an enormous problem and each lap you needed to adapt. On the final try I went for it and managed to place a great lap collectively that gave us pole.

“The confidence for tomorrow is high and hopefully we can bring our good pace from Friday into the race. It will be a very tight battle with our competitors, but I’m ready for it and I’m sure we can put together a strong race and fight for the win. Let’s race.”

Charles Leclerc, third, 1:41.298

“Unfortunately, I spun on that final lap in Q3 and didn’t put it collectively as I needed to, so I’m upset, however I’m joyful that Carlos completed on pole.

“I felt assured within the automotive and we have been fairly aggressive, even in these situations which is the place we struggled rather a lot for the previous two years. It’s good to see that we’ve discovered some consistency within the moist.

“Strategies will be different between teams tomorrow, so whether it will be one or two stops, I hope we can gain something by making good moves and fight for a 1-2 for our team.”

Mattia Binotto, Team Principal

“It’s very satisfying to come back away with pole place and third place within the tough situations we confronted in at the moment’s qualifying. It was a day the place what mattered most was to remain focussed and Carlos actually succeeded in that. So, he totally deserves this consequence.

“Securing his first pole place at such a demanding observe and in these excessive situations is the very best affirmation of how Carlos’ confidence within the automotive has grown over current races, particularly after Canada. Now we flip our consideration to the race, crucial a part of the weekend.

“Charles also had a good qualifying and he can move forward from his start position. However, it’s going to be a hard race tomorrow with many variables coming into play. We will now work on preparing to convert this pole into the best possible result tomorrow.”

Red Bull

Max Verstappen comfortably headed each Q1 and Q2 at Silverstone and was wanting in imperious kind and on his solution to pole. A spin on his first Q3 run did not faze him and he was on provisional pole for a lot of the session, however in the long run he was pipped by Carlos Sainz within the Ferrari. Team mate Sergio Perez recovered from a tough Friday to fit in to P4 within the dying seconds of qualifying.

READ MORE: Verstappen philosophical after Leclerc spin costs him shot at Silverstone pole

Max Verstappen, 2nd, 1:41.055

“It was a great qualifying, I felt snug on the market. It was clearly very slippery on observe, my 360-degree spin in Q3 was a brand new tyre warming method [laughs], however total I believe we did a great job, now we have a fantastic race automotive.

“Q3 is typically a little bit of a lottery, particularly within the moist, so I couldn’t enhance on my last lap as there was a yellow flag, I believe that price me pole place at the moment. As you’ll be able to see it’s all very tight on the entrance on the Ferraris are very sturdy. It shall be a detailed battle tomorrow however hopefully we are able to end forward of them. The automotive is sweet within the moist and the dry, so if the automotive is working nicely in the course of the race tomorrow then we should always have a great likelihood of profitable.”

Sergio Perez, 4th, 1:41.616

“In these changeable situations, at the moment was a great consequence for us. I clearly needed extra and I’m not totally glad however we are able to struggle from there and I look ahead. It wasn’t splendid however alternatively I’m not too upset as a result of in direction of the top of Q3 I had Stroll proper forward of me, so my final two laps weren’t splendid and perhaps there was a bit extra in it with out that maintain up.

“We discovered the problem within the automotive that was troubling us on Friday and within the race we shall be much more aggressive. It shall be necessary to remain within the combine and have a robust tempo within the race tomorrow, then issues can look very completely different. We have made good progress so I shall be assured hopefully we’re capable of give a tough time to the Ferraris, it’ll be robust however we’ll struggle arduous.”

Christian Horner, Team Principal

“It was a great qualifying at the moment from each drivers, in very tough situations. We received a bit unfortunate with the yellow flags which meant Max misplaced round 3 or 4 tenths however we’re happy to be on the entrance row with Checo up there on the second row, in a session like that, it’s a great place to be.

“If tomorrow is a straight dry race, then strategy and tyre deg are going to be crucial, this year, we’ve seen our cars can follow closer which is going to be critical through Becketts, but if the beautiful British summer continues tomorrow it could all change so quickly, hopefully we can take the fight to Ferrari. Congratulations to Carlos today, he’s always been fantastic in the wet even when he was a junior for us, he did a great job and deserved the pole.”


Mercedes had excessive hopes for his or her improve bundle at Silverstone so ended the day considerably upset, with Lewis Hamilton “gutted” to be solely P5, whereas staff mate George Russell couldn’t higher the eighth place grid slot he took final day out in Canada, regardless of the updates on the W13.

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Lewis Hamilton, fifth, 1:41.995

“The staff have labored extremely arduous to carry updates to the automotive and now we have a bunch of recent aero furnishings across the automotive and it has improved. But we nonetheless have bouncing within the high-speed corners which is the place, significantly the Red Bull, is pulling away from us.

“In the rain, we have been combating for the entrance row; all the best way till that second to final lap we have been up there. We backed off to cost the battery and go right into a racier mode for the ultimate lap however that was simply when the rain began to fall heavier and it price us. I used to be so hopeful as a result of now we have this unimaginable crowd and we have been within the struggle, I used to be feeling nice.

“We’ve got a great race car and fifth isn’t the worst place to start, in previous races I’d have been happy with P5 but it’s the British Grand Prix, you’re hopeful for more. I’ll try and pull something special for tomorrow, I really appreciate the support here – the fans were amazing.”

George Russell, eighth, 1:42.161

“In Q1 I used to be feeling rather well within the automotive, very assured however in Q2, it felt barely worse after which in Q3, I struggled for confidence within the automotive, made a mistake and it was robust to recuperate from there. It was tough for everybody on the market however I’m barely upset we didn’t have a greater qualifying session, we didn’t anticipate to struggle for pole however extra was doable.

“In FP3 we looked very strong with good pace in the dry and we felt like we made good progress. We know that we have a much faster race car than qualifying so let’s see what we can do tomorrow, starting P8 puts us on the back foot so we need to get through those midfield cars as quickly as possible. In the dry and in race pace, we feel we have a car than fight Red Bull and Ferrari so we’ll be giving it everything tomorrow.”

Toto Wolff, Head of Mercedes-Benz Motorsport

“It felt like we had made a great step with the automotive within the dry in FP3, and that we may very well be within the combine for qualifying. Obviously the rain got here and we managed the session nicely, setting aggressive laps because the rain ebbed and flowed.

“But in Q3, the ultimate laps didn’t come collectively – George had a lock-up on his penultimate lap, and Lewis struggled with a cut up on brake temperatures and shedding some tyre temperature. So it’s somewhat disappointing to be solely P5 and P8, and to not have extracted the total potential at the moment.

“The silver lining is that we had strong long runs yesterday – we have improved the car since then – and it’s race pace that matters round here. I’m looking forward to watching it all play out in front of these fantastic fans and another packed house.”

Andrew Shovlin, Trackside Engineering Director

“We’re upset with the ultimate positions as we have been nearer to the entrance within the first and second session however in the end we didn’t get the laps collectively when the situations have been at their greatest. We’d backed each automobiles off on the penultimate lap pondering we’d push on the finish however the rain picked up somewhat and we simply didn’t have the tempo.

“However, now we have seen indicators of progress with the automotive over the weekend which can be holding us inspired. We made a couple of modifications in a single day and the drivers have been each a lot happier with the excessive velocity efficiency in last apply earlier at the moment. Our future was respectable on Friday but it surely was the excessive velocity corners the place we have been shedding, so hopefully the enhancements have carried by means of from low gas to excessive gas.

“So, not quite the grid positions that we had hoped for but we’re still optimistic that we can bring home some good results tomorrow. The fans have been brilliant all weekend and we’ll hopefully be able to give them something to celebrate tomorrow.”


It was a story of very differing fortunes for the McLaren pair, with Lando Norris at one level on provisional pole in qualifying, with the Brit ultimately slotting into a really respectable P6 for his residence race. But it was a special story for Daniel Ricciardo who was caught out by the rain intensifying in Q2 and dropped out of the session in 14th.

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Lando Norris, sixth, 1:42.084

“I’m very happy. P6 is the best we could have done today. I kind of messed up my last lap, but I was still very happy with P6, and it’s been a good job by the team. I’m happy with how I did today, I think I got the laps in when I needed to, and P6 is ahead of at least one of the cars we know is quicker than us. It’s a good position for tomorrow and hopefully we can stay around there for the race.”

Daniel Ricciardo, 14th, 1:44.355

“I’m clearly upset with the consequence in the long run at the moment. I believe in hindsight I wanted the lap to be put in early as a result of the observe was at its greatest early-on however then I struggled to get the lap in when it counted. I believe the driest lap I discovered, I went off, so there was a dry line there, I simply caught among the moist and misplaced the lap.

“For essentially the most half, it felt identical to I didn’t get the lap in when the situations have been at their greatest and that’s what price me greater than anything at the moment. So, that’s on me. It’s put us fairly a bit again on the grid, so now we have a whole lot of work to do tomorrow however we’ll come out swinging.”

James Key Executive Director, Technical

“Our automotive is best suited to Silverstone than the final couple of circuits now we have been to so it’s good to see a stronger efficiency to date this weekend. Set-up modifications in a single day have been largely fine-tuning and we made additional refinements after a dry P3 session, but in addition to account for the rising chance of a moist qualifying session this afternoon.

“An ideal job by Lando and his staff to maintain an especially tough session collectively and put us on the third row for tomorrow’s race, a great and well-deserved consequence from a fast and managed drive in unpredictable situations. Daniel’s run in Q2 was a sufferer of circumstance and the altering situations. The observe was getting slower as extra rain fell all through the session and successfully fastened the order at an early stage. I’ve little doubt that Daniel could be a lot larger up the order if the situations had remained fixed. It’s an actual disgrace, however we all know he’ll struggle to attain factors tomorrow.

“We have good opportunities here, with some close competition around us, so we are looking forward to the race tomorrow and hope that we can maximise our potential and score some good points with both drivers.”


After his starring function in qualifying final day out in Canada when he netted second place on the grid, it checked out one level like Fernando Alonso is perhaps on for an additional heroic efficiency at Silverstone earlier than he in the end ended up in seventh. Esteban Ocon although was one other driver caught out by the worsening rain in Q2 and can begin from P15, for the second race in a row.

Fernando Alonso, seventh, 1:42.116

“There was higher to hope for at the moment, however sadly we did not maximize our final Q3 laps. After my first lap in Q3, we discovered ourselves within the lead. So it was going fairly nicely. But afterwards, we crossed the timing line as we began our final lap with an nearly empty battery, which didn’t permit us to take advantage of the total potential of the automotive.

“I think we could have qualified in the top five. Tomorrow we don’t know if it will rain or not. So let’s see if we can take advantage of our starting position to score points. The car behaves well in the dry as well as in the wet and all the data emanating from the factory show that we have taken a good step forward thanks to the changes made this weekend.”

Esteban Ocon, fifteenth, 1:45.190

“It was a tough day for us. A lack of energy linked to a battery downside at the beginning of Q2 prevented us from being aggressive. We completed the session with the fifteenth quickest time, which isn’t splendid for tomorrow’s race.

“However, I remain positive, because we have already gone further [back] this year and that has not prevented us from scoring points. So that will be the goal tomorrow. We are currently analyzing the problem and I am sure the team will fix it and we will be in good shape for the race. Here at Silverstone it is possible to overtake, so we will have to take every opportunity to get a decent result.”

Otmar Szafnauer, Team Principal

“It’s been a fairly robust weekend to date right here at Silverstone because of variable climate situations. We are barely upset with our qualifying consequence. We have two drivers who take pleasure in driving on moist tracks in addition to a automotive that has confirmed to be aggressive within the rain prior to now, as we noticed in Canada two weeks in the past.

“Fernando most likely had the potential to be a couple of locations larger in Q3. It was as much as the one who accomplished a great lap on the proper time. Esteban was unfortunate for him, his battery being too chilly for him to completely exploit. That mentioned, we at all times look ahead and it is on Sunday that the factors are distributed. We have a protracted race tomorrow, which is able to undoubtedly supply good alternatives for progress to our two automobiles.

“We’re pleased with the enhancements, we have managed to know them higher and collect some extra information from the dry testing we did over the weekend. We’re wanting ahead to tomorrow’s race, the place the aim will once more be to have each automobiles within the prime 10 beneath the checkered flag, and I do not see why that aim would not be achievable.”

Alfa Romeo

For the second race in a row, Zhou Guanyu out-qualified his vastly extra skilled staff mate Valtteri Bottas – the Chinese rookie once more making it by means of to Q3 to seal ninth place on the grid, his greatest F1 grid slot to date – with Bottas three locations behind in twelfth for Alfa Romeo.

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Zhou Guanyu, ninth, 1:42.719

“Qualifying was a problem, however I’d say I didn’t do too dangerous for a rookie! It was my first time driving in F1 in Silverstone within the moist, the situations have been very completely different from yesterday however at the moment has been good, I felt like I used to be progressing and enhancing my time lap after lap.

“It was significantly tough on the market between Q2 and Q3, when it was getting damp and there was a whole lot of standing water, however I managed to maintain the automotive on observe and reckon I used to be capable of maximize every part I had at the moment, so I can contemplate myself glad of the job accomplished. It feels wonderful to attain two back-to-back Q3 appearances, I really feel like I’m rising as a Formula 1 driver and I’m actually joyful about that.

“I’m wanting ahead to tomorrow, the observe situations ought to be dry, and I believe now we have the chance to attain some factors, which is at all times our most important goal. We have good potential, the grid shall be tremendous shut, however I reckon we’re wanting good and each automobiles will have the ability to problem for factors tomorrow.”

Valtteri Bottas, twelfth, 1:44.232

“It’s been a difficult day for me: situations have been tough, altering on a regular basis and it felt like each lap the observe was a bit completely different. Q1 was good, however, as soon as I received into Q2, with extra water on observe, I struggled to get sufficient temperature within the tyres. That was a little bit of a downward spiral – I used to be sliding round and the automotive saved snapping, which made me lose much more temperature.

“Still, we’re in P12 and the factors aren’t too far-off: we anticipate a dry race tomorrow, and I’m assured we are able to make some features. Our automotive is kind of sturdy within the races, so we are able to put up a little bit of a struggle.”

Frédéric Vasseur, Team Principal

“The situations of the observe have been very difficult, because the intermittent rain made it actually tough to evaluate simply the place the restrict was. Zhou delivered a really mature efficiency, regardless of this being simply his second moist qualifying in F1, and made it to Q3 for the second time working. His P9 is a profession greatest and he’s in a fantastic place to carry residence factors tomorrow.

“Valtteri had a barely extra sophisticated day: he regarded good in Q1, however getting the tyres into temperature in Q2 proved tough and he needed to accept P12. Still, we all know how sturdy our automotive is within the race and we anticipate to make up some floor tomorrow, particularly if it’s dry. The goal is to place each automobiles within the factors as soon as once more.”


Carlos Sainz was celebrating his very first pole place after qualifying at Silverstone, however down the pit lane the Williams staff have been celebrating one other first – Nicholas Latifi making it by means of to the Q3 pole place shoot-out for the very first time in his Formula 1 profession, making certain he’ll begin inside the highest 10 in Sunday’s race. Team mate Alex Albon although was very sad after dropping out in Q1 – particularly as his automotive was carrying the staff’s new improve bundle.

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Nicholas Latifi, tenth, 2:03.095

“A really big day in tough situations. To get by means of to Q2 was a fantastic achievement and a pleasant confidence enhance, after which Q3 was greater than we might’ve hoped for. Straight out of the pits issues felt good and I used to be getting right into a rhythm.

“The staff did a fantastic job in Q1 and Q2 of placing me in the precise place on the observe after I wanted to. We noticed how necessary that was for Q2 getting that lap in on the proper time earlier than the observe received worse with the climate. Coming off in Q3 was irritating however total a fantastic staff effort and a satisfying day.

“We should be practical getting into tomorrow as we’re out of place with quicker automobiles being behind us. We must be very strategic in how we strategy the race. It’ll be a race of attrition with how we handle the tyres. Anything is feasible so we’ll give attention to our personal race and maximise any alternatives which will come our means.”

Alex Albon, sixteenth, 1:42.078

“The situations have been truly okay at the moment regardless of the rain, with the automotive feeling good however there was much less grip on the second set of tyres. It’s been a bit completely different to drive with the brand new updates however in Free Practice 3 I used to be feeling fairly snug with the automotive, even within the rain in Q1, it felt okay.

“At the top of Q1 we opted to do a settle down lap however we misplaced an excessive amount of tyre temperature. The observe was beginning to dry, and everybody was beginning to get quicker, however I simply couldn’t discover sufficient grip. It was a decent name however in hindsight, I don’t assume the settle down lap was the only option, however we’ll see what we are able to do with tomorrow. We do have a great automotive, so we have to return and analyse it.”

Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance

“As anticipated, the climate performed its half at the moment and with the rain depth various, it was a tough session to handle; aligning the tyre situation to the observe state was tough. However, Nicholas drove nicely all through qualifying and was capable of get in some good laps at essential instances.

“We had nothing to lose in Q3 and so took the chance to finish a reconnaissance lap on used tyres earlier than pitting for the brand new set and getting place on a transparent a part of the observe. Unfortunately, some automotive injury meant that Nicky couldn’t set a aggressive lap time. Nonetheless, he had a superb session and begins the race tomorrow in a great place.

“Alex was unlucky to simply miss out on Q2 by a tiny margin, which could be very irritating as he would even have had a great alternative to get into Q3 at the moment. His automotive was working nicely however he couldn’t get as a lot from the second set of tyres as he did from the primary. We’ll look over the info to see if we might’ve accomplished one thing higher for him, however at the least we received some helpful info on how the brand new bundle works with the Intermediate tyres and the way we have to stability the automotive in these tough situations.”


Both AlphaTauri drivers in bother after Friday apply as they struggled to extract any respectable tempo in any respect from the AT03, so to finish up in P11 (Pierre Gasly) and P13 (Yuki Tsunoda) on the grid for the race is perhaps seen pretty much as good injury limitation for the Italian staff.

Pierre Gasly, eleventh, 1:43.702

“It’s been extraordinarily arduous this weekend within the apply classes. We got here right here figuring out we’d battle on this observe, we haven’t been capable of finding many options, however our Quali was nicely executed, and we must be content material with P11.

“Obviously, we are able to’t be totally pleased with such a efficiency, we would like greater than that, however that’s the place our automotive is at the moment on this type of tracks. I’ll be doing a rain dance tonight and hoping we are able to have something apart from dry situations to assist us out essentially the most within the race tomorrow.”

Yuki Tsunoda, thirteenth, 1:44.311

“We anticipated it to be tough to get by means of to Q2 at the moment, primarily based on the efficiency we had in free apply, so I’ll take at the moment’s consequence. The situations have been robust on the market, however the staff did a extremely good job and I’m pleased with how we completed, I believe it’s a giant optimistic for us contemplating the weekend we’d been having to date.

“I’m hoping we gained’t have rain for the race tomorrow, as my automotive is set-up extra for the dry, so hopefully it stays dry, and we’ll have the ability to put it altogether to goal for the factors. I’m wanting ahead to the race, it’ll be tough, however I believe we are able to nonetheless have a great alternative tomorrow.”

Jody Egginton, Technical Director

“It’s honest to say that this weekend has been a tough one up till now, with neither automotive wanting sturdy. However, some good work from the drivers and staff in Qualifying allowed us to benefit from the moist situations and get the automobiles a bit additional ahead than we have been wanting able to within the dry up till now right here in Silverstone.

“Obviously, we aren’t pleased with the extent of efficiency proven right here, however the guys are persevering with to work arduous, and we shall be seeking to maximise any alternatives that come our means in tomorrow’s race. We have numerous aero updates working their means by means of now and as such we’re wanting ahead to having the ability to transfer the bundle ahead with these new components within the subsequent few occasions.”


Haas have been the heroes of qualifying final day out on the Canadian Grand Prix once they locked out the third row of the grid with Kevin Magnussen fifth and Mick Schumacher one place behind in sixth. Unfortunately for the American squad there was no repeat within the moist situations at Silverstone, and P17 for Magnussen and P19 for Schumacher was the most effective they might do.

Kevin Magnussen, seventeenth, 1:42.159

“Mick was wanting good in FP3, I didn’t have a great one, however I might see what the automotive might accomplish that I used to be assured. Then it rained, and that made me much more assured however for some cause we simply didn’t have the tempo at the moment within the moist.

“It’s fascinating, we’ve been fast within the moist a few instances this 12 months, but it surely’s been on very completely different tracks to this one. There’s one thing to be taught from that so we’ll attempt once more tomorrow and see if we are able to struggle our means again into the top-10.”

Mick Schumacher, nineteenth, 1:42.708

“Unfortunately we had a problem with the automotive, it appeared like one thing with the steering wasn’t proper which is the very last thing you need, particularly in these altering situations.

“We’ll analyze what occurred, however I believe that was a giant cause why we didn’t make the step up into Q2. I’m down for any situations tomorrow, whether or not it’s moist or dry – it’s enjoyable in any situations – so I’m wanting ahead to it.”

Guenther Steiner, Team Principal

“It wasn’t a smooth day today. In FP3, Mick did a very good job but Kevin couldn’t find the balance in the car. In qualifying in the rain, we just had too much understeer and we wore the front-left tyre out. We just couldn’t get the car to turn so we were out in Q1 and on Mick’s car, his steering wheel was off about 10 degrees which obviously is not ideal when you’re out in these conditions trying to qualify. Now we’re regrouping to get the best out of tomorrow.”

Aston Martin

Aston Martin’s manufacturing unit is simply throughout the highway from Silverstone, however that was no assist to them on a really robust day at their residence race. Sebastian Vettel was baffled to be knocked out in Q1 down in 18th place, whereas issues have been even worse for staff mate Lance Stroll, who usually excells in moist climate situations, however ended up final on the grid for Sunday’s race.

Sebastian Vettel, 18th, 1:42.666

“A Saturday performance like this makes Sunday really difficult. But all we can do is turn the page and see what we can do tomorrow. We did not have the pace today and we know we can do better. We need to learn our lessons, understand where we are losing out, and improve for next time.”

Lance Stroll, twentieth, 1:43.430

“At the top of the session we tried a brand new set of intermediate tyres, however I had a horrible out-lap getting caught in visitors and it was actually tough to generate sufficient temperature at that time.

“With only one push-lap at the end of the session, my tyres were not warm enough to be able to put in a respectable qualifying time. I am disappointed to be starting at the back of the grid, but hopefully the weather will improve and we will have a more successful race.”

Mike Krack, Team Principal

“Today we didn’t do a ok job. The rain made issues tough, however that was the identical for everybody.

“To qualify 18th and 20th for our home Grand Prix is a big disappointment, especially as the team had worked so hard to ready our aero upgrades in the short time available. Tomorrow it will be difficult to score points, obviously, but we will do our very best.”


Mario Isola, Motorsport Director

“Even although the intermediate tyre was not designed to deal with aquaplaning conditions, it coped very nicely with the situations at the moment, permitting the drivers to achieve practically 300kph in moist situations with comparatively lengthy stints because the floor dried out. This is a observe that places a number of vitality by means of the tyres, permitting a dry line to emerge.

“In the dry conditions of FP3, most drivers ran the soft tyre, and we expect the medium to be the main race tyre tomorrow if conditions are dry – which is not entirely certain – with a two-stopper being the best strategy.”

HIGHLIGHTS: Watch the action from an exciting wet qualifying session at Silverstone, as Sainz seals maiden F1 pole



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